Just because it’s January doesn’t mean you can’t keep going on your propane gas grills in Rocky Mount, NC. Whether planning a cookout this month or sketching out some get togethers when it gets warmer, you want to make sure you’re doing it correctly. Here are 3 mistakes to avoid when you’re grilling this year.
1. Using a Dirty Grill
I know that the last thing you want to do after a night of grilling, on top of the dirty dishes, is to clean the grill — but make sure you do it. Not only does it prevent last night’s burgers from attaching to tonight’s roasted veggies, but it also prevents your food from sticking to the grates. If you want some tips for cleaning your grill, check out our no stress guide.
2. Lifting the Hood Too Much
I know it’s hard to resist that temptation, but if you keep that lid closed, your food will cook faster and more efficiently. Opening and closing the lid multiple times causes the grill to lose its heat, so your food will take longer to cook. That’s delaying dinner in a way that your stomach will not love.